The Top 11 Most Awesomely-Sorry Sly Stallone Soundtrack Songs

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When remembering the regrettable cultural cesspool that defined the 1980’s, two things typically come to mind: horribly bad synth-pop and Sylvester Stallone. Like a marriage made in 80’s Hell, the two combined created a unique genre of inspirational pussy-rock that bled all over American Pop Culture like a Rambo-induced, survival knife slash to the jugular. These songs that once made us hope, cheer and yes… even cry, now make us cringe with embarrassment that we know every lyric, line for line. (Stop your bitching… you know you love it.)

11. Stay Out of My Bedroom (Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone) Rhinestone

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10. No Easy Way Out (John Tepper) Rocky IV

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9. Winner Takes It All (Sammy Hagar) Over The Top

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8. Hearts on Fire (John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band) Rocky IV

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7. Peace In Our Life (Frank Stallone) Rambo

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6. Far From Over (Frank Stallone) Staying Alive

(OK, technically this is a John Travolta movie, but Stallone does appear as a Man on the Street)

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5. Living in America (James Brown) Rocky IV

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4. Meet Me Half Way (Kenny Loggins) Over The Top

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3. Burning Heart (Survivor) Rocky IV

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2. Voice of America’s Sons (John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band) Cobra

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1. Eye of the Tiger (Survivor) Rocky III

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